NIAGARA JR THUNDER WOLVES
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Recent College Commitments;
Zach Johnson - Niagara County CC
"Program Mission Statement"
To guide & enhance the advancement of each player.
To teach dedication and ethics in every aspect of their "baseball related" lives; to include academics, relationships & honest accountability through athletics.
To develop maturity of ballplayers as people through respect and appreciation of the opportunities they have been provided playing this great game.
To provide the best "Teachers/Coaches" with vast and varied experience at all levels to create an exceptional foundation of learning.
To present the most enjoyable experience through high end competition.
The Niagara Thunderwolves are a travel baseball program based in Niagara County, NY, dedicated to the development of youth baseball players in Western New York and Southern Ontario.
Our teams participate in the local WNY travel baseball circuit as well as out of town tournaments. Some of our teams have participated in tournaments in NY, PA, OH, MD, SC, KY, MI, NJ and FL.
The Jr. Thunderwolves Travel Programs are open to players, parents, and coaches; who are committed to advance their knowledge and skills while participating in a first class competitive environment.
This program is geared to the players/families who are interested in taking progressive steps toward the betterment of the athlete's physical, mental, and emotional capabilities within a competitive sport that translates positively to everyday situations.
The Jr. Thunderwolves Program provides a complete "year round" training program on Campus at Niagara County Community College and at the "new" baseball/softball Kenan Center in Lockport, NY.
Team/Position sessions are designed and supervised by qualified and experienced professional coaches unconditionally committed to the player. You will love our coaching staff. Position Specific Training sessions and weekly team practices are included for every member of our organization.
Matt Kruszka - Minot State University
Justin Beyer - Wagner College
Sean McKinney - Keuka College
Liam Ward - Niagara University
Charlie Bruning - Niagara County CC
Ian Evans - Elon University
Joey Kruszka - University at Albany
Matt Cross - University of Pittsburgh
Liam Reynolds - Niagara County CC